Clean Air Partnership
The Clean Air Partnership was formed in 1995, led by the American Lung Association, St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association, East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Washington University, and others to increase awareness of regional air quality issues and to encourage activities to reduce air pollution emissions. Year-round, the Clean Air Partnership is focused on inspiring area residents and businesses to take voluntary steps to help clear the air. With transportation being one of the biggest contributors to air pollution, the organization works hard to educate commuters and business owners about the air quality benefits of alternative transportation options such as transit use and carpooling, while also highlighting the many other steps individuals, businesses and municipalities can take to improve air quality.
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